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Old 03-08-2009, 01:58 PM   #11
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I've been doing a little research on Beretta as I think the Px4 Storm .40 sub-compact is going to be my next purchase. What did you think of the Storm .40 when you shot it, bajastx?

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I've been doing a little research on Beretta as I think the Px4 Storm .40 sub-compact is going to be my next purchase. What did you think of the Storm .40 when you shot it, bajastx?
I liked it a lot. The one that I shot was the compact version with the 4” barrel not the sub-compact. It was very controllable even under rapid fire. It comes with two clips and three different back straps for different hand sizes. The one that I shot had the standard back strap which fit my hand well. I have shot a Glock 23 which is pretty comparable to the PX4 and I would much prefer the Beretta, plus the PX4 holds one more round in the clip than the Glocks.
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I like the Cougar 8000, the older metal frame version of the PX4 Storm... Today Beretta still make the Cougar under the name of Stöeger Cougar, in their turkish factory.... i don't know if you in U.S. can find Stöeger firearms, but if you want a Beretta for less money go and get a Stöeger, their shotguns are superb, just like a Beretta (or Benelli) but without the price tag.

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The 92FS is absolutely reliable (not one malfunction for me) and easy to maintain. If you're into concealed carry, it would be too big.

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soo why do soo many people have a grudge/distaste for beretta guns.
I have a beretta m9-a1 and i absolutely love it.
its the most comfortable gun i've shot next to my 1911.
the only gripe i have is the decockers location on the slide.
so what do you like about berettas
what do you not like about berettas

Beretta fan here. I like the 92 & the 90-Two, but my favorite is the Cougar. It just feels right to me and unlike the new 92's, my Cougars have all their parts made of metal. (except wood grips)
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